|Fisherman's Tales: David Black - Ned Lightner|
David Black has been fishing along the coast of Maine for over 38 years. This is an interview with David, who shares memories and opinions about fishing.
Keywords: interview; lobstering; fishing; maritime history; natural resources; oral history; Maine; Penobscot Bay; David Black
|Book Talk by David Black: "Alfred Sohn-Rethel's Neo-Kantian Marxism: A Critique" - Platypus Affiliated Society|
A book talk by David Black (International Marxist-Humanists), author of "The Philosophical Roots of Anti-Capitalism" on "Alfred Sohn-Rethel's Neo-Kantian Marxism: A Critique", held at the Inaugural European Conference of the Platypus Affiliated Society on Saturday, July 19th, 2014 at Goldsmiths College, London.
Keywords: David Black; International Marxist Humanists; anti-capitalism; Alfred Sohn-Rethel; Neo-Kantianism; Platypus; Platypus Affiliated Society
|Freedom In The Anthropocene, London, 11.20.13 - Platypus Affiliated Society|
A moderated panel discussion hosted by the Platypus Affiliated Society on the interrelation of capital, history and ecology, held at Goldsmiths on November 20th, 2013.Panelists:- Andy Price (New Compass)- Camilla Royle (Kings College London)- Camilla Power (University of East London)- David Black (The Hobgoblin)Description:The Dutch atmospheric chemist Paul Crutzen recently characterized the period marked by the start of the industrial revolution in the 18th Century to the present as a new geolo...
Keywords: Andy Price; Anthropocene; Camilla Power; Camilla Royle; David Black; New Compass; The Hobgoblin; Platypus; Platypus Affiliated Society
|Lucky Man Presents... Matt Layne (15 FEB 2012)|
Lucky Man Presents... Matt Layne, poet and sharp dressed man. Live from the cozy confines of the Metro Bar in beautiful downtown Birmingham, AL - the Land of Broken Parking Meters. Lucky Man, J David Black, chats with Layne about poetry. Then Layne delights the audience with a few choice cuts of poem.
Keywords: Lucky Man Presents; Matt Layne; J David Black; Rodney Hasty; the Metro Bar; Birmingham; Alabama; poetry; poem; variety show
|Gwilly Edmondez Quintet at AMM4 7-vi-2012 - Gwilly Edmondez Quintet|
The Gwilly Edmondez Quintet comprise Gwilly Edmondez (keyboards), Marie Thompson (cassette-player), Lauren Kinsella (vocals), Michael Bridgewater (mandolin) and James Joys (oboe). Here they played an improvisation at AMM4, the fourth event curated by the Association of Musical Marxists. The music prefaced a speech by David Black about the book he wrote with Chris Ford (1839: the Chartist Insurrection, which Unkant Publishing was launching that night) and expresses the same thing: utter contempt ...
Keywords: Gwilly Edmondez; Marie Thompson; Lauren Kinsella; Michael Bridgewater; James Joys; AMM; Association of Musical Marxists; AMM4; 1839: the Chartist Insurrection; David Black; Chris Ford
|AMM 10 Political Mix|
Out To Lunch's "Political Mix" of events at AMM10, the tenth seance of the London-based Association of Musical Marxists. You hear Iris and Mordecai Watson on Stylophones (music of such anthropological incertitude it sent "radical anthropologist" Chris Knight screaming into the night); Ian Stonehouse on home-made electronics; Peter Baxter on sound drums; Ian McLachan on trombone; Mark Harvey on bass guitar and OTL on mouth noises...
Keywords: Association of Musical Marxists; AMM; AMM10; Cock Tavern; Iris; Mordecai; Out To Lunch; Unkant; David Black; Dave Black; Helen Macfarlane Red Republican; Chartism; Chris Knight; Ian Stonehouse; Ian McLachan; Mark Harvey; Helene le Bohec
|Cross Your Heart 17 Ix 2014|
Inaugural Winter 2014 edition of Ben Watson's long-running weekly radio series "Late Lunch With Out To Lunch" with a 20m John Coltrane track featuring the R&B bass stylings of George Jaynor; the B-52s; Out To Lunch's graphic poem "Sceptic September"; and a Political Mix of AMM10, the tenth seance of the Association of Musical Marxists, which featured actress Helene le Bohec playing the part of Helen Macfarlane at the launch of David Black's collection of Macfarlane's 1850 journalism **Helen Macf...
Keywords: Audio esemplasm; Late Lunch With Out To Lunch; Ben Watson; B-52s; Party Out Of Bounds; John Coltrane; Red Garland; All Mornin' Long; Prestige; George Jaynor; Association of Musical Marxists; AMM10; Helene le Bohec; Helen Macfarlane; Red Republican; Unkant; David Black; Dave Black
|Academic Anguish at AMM4 13-vi-2012 - Ben Watson|
Ben Watson's long-running Late Lunch With Out To Lunch programme on Resonance FM (www.resonancefm.com ... 2pm UK Time, Wednesdays) covers AMM4, the fourth meeting of the Association oaf Musical Marxists at The Blue Posts in London's Chinatown. Nina Power and Sean Bonney attack the AMM's "elitism" while Lunch fights back with The Specials and Cliff ("not Tony") Richard. All the while, Oscillatorial Binnage and the Gwilly Edmondez Quintet exacerbate the eardrums...
Keywords: Audio Esemplasm; AMM; Association of Musical Marxists; Ben Watson; Out To Lunch; Keith Fisher; Andy Wilson; Oscillatorial Binnage; Gwilly Edmondez; Nina Power; Sean Bonney; David Black; Unkant; Cliff Richard; D in Love; Specials; Gangsters; 2 Tone; Carnival Against Racism; Leeds; Blake in Cambridge
|Come Hell Or Hiawatha 14-v-2014|
Special edition of Late Lunch With Out To Lunch - preceding a lay-off - with noted historian David Black talking to Sheila Lahr, a member of the first Trotskyist split from the Communist Party in Britain, the RCP. Replete with the bad noises and great music (including Charlie Haden/Ornette Coleman, Buell Neidlinger, Iggy Pop and Chuck Brown) ... and a disgusting "graphic poem" by Out To Lunch called "Herein Water Crikey-Composer" ...
Keywords: Audio Esemplasm; Ben Watson; Late Lunch With Out To Lunch; Resonance FM; Helen Macfarlane; Raya Dunayevskaya; David Black; Dave Black; Sheila Lahr; Iris; Mordecai; Iggy pop; Stooges; Heavy Liquid; Michigan Palace; Detroit; Charles Denby; Charlie Haden; Ornette Coleman; Human Being; Soapsuds Soapsuds; Artists House; Buell Neidlinger; String Jazz; Boo Boo's Birthday; Locomotive; Soul Note; Unfriendly World; Ready To Die; Fat Possum; Herein Water Crikey-Composer; Chuck Brown; Red Top
|We Are All Divine ... With Wilkinson 9 Iv 2014|
For the third time, Ben Watson's Late Lunch With Out To Lunch radio show invites in Dave Black to read an article by Helen Macfarlane, this time entitled "Signs of the Times: Red Stockings versus Lawn Sleeves", an excoriating account of the Church of England's response to Pope Pius IX appointing a Catholic archbishop of Westminster in September 1850. To accompany Helen Macfarlane's uncut communism (a shocking rebuff to today's miserable politics), Watson invited in saxophonist Alan Wilkinson, so...
Keywords: Audio esemplasm; Late Lunch With Out To Lunch; Ben Watson; Resonance FM; So fa la te do; Alan Wilkinson; Dave Black; David Black; Helen Macfarlane; Signs of the Times; Red Stockings versus Lawn Sleeves; Howard Morton; Friend of the People; 1850; Frank Zappa; Sofa; You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore; Mark Volman; Howard Kaylan; Flo & Eddie; Flo and Eddie; Flo 'n Eddie; Don Preston; Ian Underwood; Jim Pons; Aynsley Dunbar; Rainbow; Heinrich Heine; The New Pantheism
Downloads: 85 (2 reviews)
|More Macfarlane 19 Iii 2014|
Special edition of Ben Watson's Late Lunch With Out To Lunch on Resonance FM as guest Dave Black reads "The Democratic and Social Republic" by Helen Macfarlane (Red Republican, 12-x-1850) and Freddie Hubbard, Tony Oxley, Jimmy McGriff, Sheila Lahr, Mark Perry and Derek Bailey make the proletarian case.
Keywords: Audio esemplasm; Late Lunch With Out To Lunch; Ben Watson; Resonance FM; When dork shade three love; Helen Macfarlane; Red Republican; The Democratic and Social Republic; David Black; Dave Black; Chartists; Chartism; Freddie Hubbard; Cunga Black; Blue Spirits; Blue Note; Jimmy McGriff; Spear for Moondog; Electric Funk; Esther Leslie; Iris Watson; Mordecai Watson; Tony Oxley; Derek Bailey; The Advocate; Tzadik; Sheffield Phantoms; Alternative TV; ATV; Alternative Television; Another Coke; The Image Has Cracked; Mark P; Mark Perry; Read fiefdom garbed
Downloads: 42 (1 review)
|Dave Black on Max Keiser 11-ix-2013 - Ben Watson|
Taking advantage of the fact that a repeat of "The Truth About Markets", Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert's explosively dissident financial report, was preceding his live show "Late Lunch With Out To Lunch" on Resonance FM, Ben Watson invited in David Black (one-time contributor to Robin Ramsay's Lobster; editor of The Hobgoblin; author of books on: Helen MacFarlane, translator of The Communist Manifesto, on LSD and the secret services, on 1839 and the Chartist insurrection and on the philosophical ...
Keywords: audio esemplasm; Dave Black; David Black; Max Keiser; Stacy Herbert; The Truth About Markets; Robin Ramsay; Lobster; Hobgoblin; conspiracy theory; Bitcoin; Davey Graham; Worksong; She Moves through the Fair; Lost tapes 1961 to 2007; Les Cousins; Canray Fontenot; Alphonse Ardion; Bois-Sec; Tit Galop; Les Blues du Bayou; Biograph; Melodeon; Whay Was I Born?; Kenny Burrell; John Coltarne; Prestige; Rudy Van Gelder; Tommy Flanagan; Paul Chambers; Jimmy Cobb; Peter Baxter; Enterprise Studios; Iris; Mordecai's Guitar Feature; Frank Zappa; The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing; You Are What You Is
Downloads: 82 (1 review)
|Nature Guttural, Or, Gnaw-a-Bone 6-xi-2013 - Ben Watson|
This episode of Ben Watson's long-running Resonance FM radio show Late Lunch With Out To Lunch is built from an 18-minute recording of Dave Black performing an article by Helen MacFarlane: "A Bird's Eye View of the Glorious British Constitution" (Democratic Review, September 1850). Black is the author of MacFarlane's biography (as well as The Secret History of LSD, 1839: the Chartist Insurrection (with Chris Ford) and The Philosophical Roots of Anti-Capitalism)...
Keywords: audio esemplasm; Ben Watson; Late Lunch With Out To Lunch; Resonance FM; Iris; Mordecai; Peter Baxter; ecclesiastical crook; Captain Beefheart; Circumstances; Clear Spot; Reprise; Helen MacFarlane; A Bird's Eye View of the Glorious British Constitution; Dave Black; David Black; Democratic Review; Chartists; Newport; Evil Dick; Sunday Roast Tango; Egg; Wind Quartet; The Civil Surface; Iancu Dumitrescu; Tim Hodgkinson; bathroom tap; Duke Ellington; Charles Mingus; Charlie Mingus; Max Roach; A Little Max (Parfait); Money Jungle; Blue Note; Blop Diddle Op; T.H.F. Drenching; Alan Wilkinson; Flim Flam
|Sketch of the Life of William Morley Black, (1826-1915) - William Morley Black|
Sketch of the Life of William Morley Black(1826-1915),This Autobiography by William Morley Black was written in 1914 approximately one year before he died. The manuscript displayed was copied by Eva Palmer. Special Thanks to LeGrand Black, June Bateman Black, JoAnn Black Price, Roger LeGrand Black, Alan Duane Black and Bruce J. Black for preserving and making this family history available. Biography: "William Morley Black was born on the 11 February 1826 at Vermilion, Richland Ohio to John Black...
Keywords: William Morley Black; Black Family History; Hansen Family History; Federal Marshals; Gold Rush, California; Grist Mills; Brigham Young; LDS Church; Mormon Church; Blackhawk Indian War; Utah; Mormon Colonies, Chihuahua, Mexico; Mexican Revolution; United Order; Blanding, SanJuan County, Utah; Plural Marriage; Cuba, Illinois; John David Black; Mary Cline Black; Martin Luther Black; Benjamin Black; John Black; Sarah Ann Black; Rachel Black; Mary Black; Catherine Black; Isaac Morley; Saw Mills; Margaret Ruth Banks Black; Amy Jane Washburn Black; Annie Maria Hansen Black; Louisa Ann Washburn Black; Sarah Marinda Thompson Black; Emma Lynette Richardson Black; Warriner Ahaz Porter; Illinois Sheriff; Utah Sheriff